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Wiz Khalifa launches mushroom brand MISTERCAP’S. Is he getting into psychedelics?

MISTERCAP’S launched in partnership with Red Light Holland, which sells magic truffles in the Netherlands

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Grammy-winning rapper Wiz Khalifa has launched a new brand that promotes healthy living through the use of mushrooms.

No, not those mushrooms. At least not for now.

MISTERCAP’S is being marketed as a “mushroom-forward brand promoting healthy living via natural organic mushrooms.”

“These are normal culinary mushrooms, not psychedelic!” Mistercap’s spokeswoman Kendall Stoudt told USA TODAY on Monday.

Here’s what you need to know about the new company and whether it has anything to do with what seems to be a growing movement to legalize magic mushrooms and other psychedelics in the U.S.


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Rapper Wiz Khalifa is pictured with one of his new at-home mushroom grow kits as part of his new brand, MISTERCAP's.

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MISTERCAP’S is partnering with with Red Light Holland, described in a news release as exotic mushroom farmers in North America and Europe.

Red Light Holland describes its business as “revolving around the production, growth and sale … of a premium brand of magic truffles to the legal, recreational market within the Netherlands,” in accordance with the European nation’s laws. Buy penis envy mushroom online

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Khalifa also has a cannabis brand, Khalifa Kush, launched in 2016 with a weed strain “tailored specifically for his personal tastes and held closely within his private stashes in Los Angeles,” according to the company’s website. Buy penis envy mushroom online

Wiz Khalifa performs at Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre in Phoenix on Aug. 23, 2023.

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MISTERCAP’S is launching an at-home grow kit, which allows customers to “experience the entire life cycle of a mushroom from mycelium to meal.” Buy penis envy mushroom online

“People love growing their own food,” Khalifa said in the news release. “People know so little about mushrooms, so my goal with MISTERCAP’S is to showcase its positive benefits, and bring them to a wider audience.” Buy penis envy mushroom online

Mistercap’s is launching exclusively online with three products: the Oyster grow kit, Shiitake grow kit and the Lion’s Mane grow kit. Buy penis envy mushroom online

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Founded by rapper Wiz Khalifa, MISTERCAP'S is a "mushroom-forward brand promoting healthy living via natural organic mushrooms."

“We were inspired by Wiz’s interest in culinary mushrooms and the benefits they provide,” Philippe Chetrit, general manager of MISTERCAP’S, said in the news release. Buy penis envy mushroom online

“Our branding was purposefully designed to make mushrooms more approachable,” he said. “The kits provide a fun and friendly way to introduce mushrooms into our customers’ lives, allowing them to discover the beauty of such an amazing process.” Buy penis envy mushroom online

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during an interview Tuesday with Politico in Sacramento, Calif. Newsom is deciding whether to veto or sign a new bill that would legalize magic mushrooms and other plant-based psychedelics in California.

Khalifa’s announcement comes as a bill legalizing magic mushrooms and other plant-based psychedelics sits on California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.

The bill, authored by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, passed the Senate earlier this month with a 21-14 vote. Newsom has until Oct. 14 to sign or veto it.

If approved, the law would go into effect on Jan. 1, 2025, making California the third state in the nation to make such a move. Buy penis envy mushroom online

Oregon voters passed Ballot Measure 109 in 2020, legalizing the use of state-regulated psilocybin, sometimes called magic mushrooms. The state’s first psilocybin service center opened in June, according to PBS News Hour.

In November, Colorado voters approved the use of the drug. Several cities in other states have likewise decriminalized it, and Arizona is considering a bill that would spend $30 million to research psychedelic mushrooms as a treatment for a host of medical conditions.

The debate over legalized psychedelics

Gared Hansen shows psilocybin mushrooms that are ready for distribution in his Uptown Fungus lab in Springfield, Ore., on Monday, Aug. 14, 2023.

Those in favor of legalizing psychedelics point to health benefits observed in people experiencing PTSD, depression and addiction, and they “deserve access to these promising plant medicines,” Wiener said in a statement after his bill passed in the California Assembly.

“It’s time to stop criminalizing people who use psychedelics for healing or personal well-being,” he said.

Others are urging caution given that the potential risks of using psychedelics for medical reasons is still being studied.

One group opposing Wiener’s bill is the William G. Nash Foundation, a coalition of mothers who’ve lost children in connection with the use of ingesting psychedelics.

Psilocybin mushrooms stand ready for harvest in a humidified "fruiting chamber" in the basement of a private home on July 28, 2023 in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Recent studies have suggested that psilocybin mushrooms, also known as "magic mushrooms" have shown promise in combating anxiety, anorexia, depression, PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorder and various forms of substance abuse. Scientists say psilocybin may promote neuroplasticity, a rewiring of the brain that gives patients fresh perspectives on longstanding psychiatric problems. Although psilocybin is classified in the U.S. as a Schedule 1 substance, making it illegal by federal law, many municipalities throughout the United States, as well as the state of Colorado have moved to decriminalize it locally. Oregon has legalized the adult use of mushrooms, which currently must be administered within regulated "psilocybin service centers."

Kirstin Nash has widely shared the story of her son who died two months before his college graduation. She now runs a foundation named after her son, William, through which she works to raise awareness about harm reduction efforts, according to the foundation’s website.

Nash told CalMatters that she is not against allowing veterans and others to use these substances for treatment, but she’d like to see Wiener’s bill amended to include safety measures for personal use.

“I would argue that we need these safeguards,” she told the nonprofit. “When we make this policy shift, we know that use will increase further, that adverse events will increase further, and so I feel like we don’t have to choose between social justice, equitable access and safety, we can do all of those things.”

Her son took his own life after experiencing a state of psychosis from taking psychedelics in March 2020 with friends, who called police for help, according to the group’s website.

“Will was able to fatally harm himself before that help arrived,” the site says. “Psychedelics themselves do not cause death, like overdoses from alcohol and other drugs can. However, people can injure themselves or others while hallucinating. He is missed every day by cherished friends, close family and an extended community that loved him dearly.”

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